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Lily’s Café designed by Gregory Gatserelia
Located in the heart of downtown Beirut amongst the luxury brand boutiques stands Lily’s Café designed by Gregory Gatserelia of Gatserelia Design.
This recently opened restaurant is the perfect venue for a coffee or a light lunch whilst shopping in Beirut’s vibrant neighbourhood. The 92m² café is a hotspot perfect for summer nights, where clients can enjoy the beautifully spacious 60m² terrace. A revisited Parisian café with a touch of Hollywood chic, the interior design is a mix of modern, eclectic and baroque style. The mirrored walls of Lily’s Café reflect the beautiful white marble and brass details which give this contemporary café a playful touch.
Gatserelia Design founded in 1985, is an international team of architects, designers, landscape architects and consultants who believe in balancing interiors with the right dose of functionality and beauty, imagining solutions for the most challenging of environments and projects.
The more we know the work of Gregory Gatserelia, founder of Gatserelia Design, the more difficult it is to define. Gregory has grown Gatserelia Design into a renowned, trend-setting agency in the world of design, consistently innovating across a variety of different interiors. Gregory’s mission is to transform concrete surroundings into surreal, highly sensational environments, striving for renewal, reinvention and continual evolution in design. Each of his projects show a new side of his personality, a snapshot into his life and perception of the world and continual evolution in design.
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